corrade definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To erode or be eroded by abrasion.
    • To gnaw into; to put on away; to stress; to consume.
    • To erode, while the sleep of a stream. See Corrosion.
    • To erode or be eroded by abrasion.
    • To gnaw into; to put on away; to stress; to take.
    • To erode, due to the fact bed of a stream. See Corrosion.
  • verb:
    • To gnaw into; to put on away; to fret; to consume.
    • To erode, as the sleep of a stream.
    • To scrape or rake together; to build up laboriously.
    • wear away
    • To gnaw into; to wear away; to fret; to eat.
    • To erode, as the bed of a stream.
    • To clean or rake collectively; to build up laboriously.
    • put on away
  • others:
    • To scrape or rake collectively; accumulate laboriously.
    • In geology, to abrade and take away (stone), because by running channels faced with grit.
    • To clean or rake together; build up laboriously.
    • In geology, to abrade and remove (rock), as by working streams faced with grit.

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